Grade five, CIE IGCSE Maths

Revision Notes

What are plans and elevations?
These are two-dimensional views of a three-dimensional object.
They are the mathematical shapes you would see taking away all the “art” – so no colour, shade, vanishing points, etc.
This topic is often used alongside Isometric Drawings
What do I need to know?
Church 3D, IGCSE & GCSE Maths revision notes
There are three views you need to know:

  1. Plan
    This is the shape you would see if you were looking directly down on an object.
    Commonly known as a bird’s-eye-view.
    Church Plan, IGCSE & GCSE Maths revision notes
  2. Front elevation
    The shape you would see if you were stood directly in front of the object.
    Church Front, IGCSE & GCSE Maths revision notes
  3. Side elevation
    The shape you would see if you were stood directly facing the side of the object.

Example

Trigonometry Exact Values Example, IGCSE & GCSE Maths revision notes
Q1 3D Isometric No Colour, IGCSE & GCSE Maths revision notes

Q1 3D Isometric With Colour, IGCSE & GCSE Maths revision notes
Drawing Plans & Elevations Example 2, IGCSE & GCSE Maths revision notes
Q1 Answer Plan, IGCSE & GCSE Maths revision notes
Drawing Plans & Elevations Example 3, IGCSE & GCSE Maths revision notes
Q1 Answer Side, IGCSE & GCSE Maths revision notes

Question

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